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park service. they are all over the united states. they are like a national park except they don't have defined boundaries. our heritage area which is called motor cities national heritage area is a consortium. part of the automotive national heritage area. the dodge house at meadow brook hall is part of the area so we're a collection of sites and we try to market each other tell visitors to our area places that we can go to view our automotive industry. collectively it has been a very important part of our region. >> throughout the weekend, american history tv is featuring anarbor, michigan. local content vehicles recently traveled there. learn more about anarbor and local content vehicles at c-span.org. you're watching american history tv all weekend every weekend on c-span 3. >> think of the information that facebook has on over a billion people. what you like, what your dog's name is, all of these sorts of things. one security analyst said if the government had asked you directly for that sort of information, it would have taken money, it would have taken lawyers and might have even
park except it doesn't -- they don't have defined boundaries. southeastern michigan, our heritage area, which is called motor cities national heritage area is telling the automotive history and it's a consortium of automotive sites. ours is part of the national heritage area. the ford house in gross point is part of the automotive national heritage area. the dodge house at meadow brook hall is part of the auto heritage area. so we're a collection of sites. and we tried to market each other to tell visitors to our area, places that they can go to view our automotive history of our area. the industry has down times, but it also has up times and collectively, the auto industry has been a very important part of the economy of our region. >>> all weekend long, american history tv is featuring the history of ann arbor, michigan. it was founded in 1824 by land speculators, john alan and elisha ramsey. c-span's local content vehicles recently visited many sites exploring the city's history. learn more about ann arbor all this weekend on american history tv. >> the signal of liberty newspaper w
that -- oblivion. i know you don't have to tell me. that the vail of oblivion shall drop over them and they shall be no more repeated or thought of. >> what paper is that? >> patriot union. right nearby. seems they ought to know what they are talking about. new york tribune here says the ceremony was rendered by some of the sallys of president lincoln. anything more dull and common place it would not be easy to produce. i suppose that will be printed in england now and get them britishs laughing at us. >> even fletcher ain't got much to say now. >> no, but i'm thinking. >> what you thinking of? great speech, four score and seven years. maybe sounds better to a schoolteacher than 87 years ago. >> no, but here's a paper. the "chicago tribune." they had a reporter there and he wired this. the remarks of president lincoln will live forever in the eyes of men. the president arrived by special train on the baltimore and ohio railroad. >> get down to it. >> an amusing incident occurred when one of the military bands stopped playing in front of the home where lincoln was staying. thinking he was being se
except it doesn't have -- they don't have defined boundaries. in southeastern michigan, our heritage area, which is called motor city's national heritage area, is telling the automotive history of our area. it's a consortium of auto sites all over southeastern michigan. our museum is part of the automotive national heritage area. the house in gross pointe's part of the auto heritage area. the dodge house at meadowbrook hall is part of the auto heritage area. so we're a collection of sites, and we try to market each other to tell visitors to our area places that they can go to view our automotive history of our area. the industry has downtimes, but it also has uptimes. and collectively, the auto industry has been a very important part of the economy of our region. >> throughout the weekend, american history tv is featuring ann arbor, michigan. our local content vehicles recently traveled there to learn about its rich history. learn more about ann arbor and c-span's local content vehicles at c-span.org/localcontent. you're watching american history tv, all weekend, every weekend an c-span3.
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